Fauci Admitted Natural Immunity Beats Vaccination – Why Did He Change His Message?
Back on October 11, 2004, fifteen years before the COVID pandemic, Dr. Anthony Fauci said on C-SPAN the following words to Washington Journal host Peter Slens in response to a viewer’s question on whether she needed a vaccination when she already has the flu:
“Well, no, if she got the flu for fourteen days, she’s as protected as anybody can be, ’cause the best vaccination is to get infected yourself. If she really has the flu, she definitely doesn’t need a flu vaccine. She doesn’t need it, because it’s the most potent vaccination is getting infected yourself.”
Even as recently as September in 2019, Dr. Fauci struggled when CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta asked him why people who already have been infected with Coronavirus should get the vaccine. “Should they also get the vaccine?” he asked Fauci. “How do you make the case to them?” Fauci responded, “You know, that’s a really good point, Sanjay. I don’t have a really firm answer to you on that. That’s something that we’re going to have to discuss, regarding the durability of the response.”
As FearUnmasked.com has reported time and time again, there are over 150 documented studies that report natural immunity to COVID-19 after being infected with the disease.